The research aims to determine the extent to which employees engage in illegal conduct while on the job. This research also examines what businesses can do to prevent this type of misconduct. The company’s moral code that governs employees’ behavior is called ethics in the workplace. Therefore, unethical conduct is a breach of the company’s moral requirements (Sudsakorn & Rattanawiboonsoom, 2018). Unlawful activity is not considered unethical and is therefore a crime. This is an act which is detrimental to an organization, but it is not always illegal. Both quantitative and qualitative data were used in the research. The research can detect and warn companies about unethical behavior in the workplace. The research also examines the prevalence of this behavior in modern corporate environments and how it affects a company’s ability to succeed. This research will help identify the ethics components in the workplace, and the relationship between them. The research will offer a rare insight into how employees respond to different degrees of supervision. It will examine if there’s a link between workplace ethics and the various ethical categories. The research will provide a fresh perspective on employees’ ability to recognize and correct unethical behaviour. According to the study, unethical conduct in work environments can be traced back to lax ethical codes. In order to be promoted, employees in an office culture might believe that they need to cheat, lie and steal. This conduct may lead to a worsening workplace, low employee morale, and high turnover rates for businesses (Sudsakorn & Rattanawiboonsoom, 2018). Strong ethics codes will result in happier employees and stronger relationships with colleagues. It can also lead to a better corporate culture. The research can have a significant impact on the company’s management.